Microsoft wants to make it easier to discover new features within Windows 10, and a new section within the Settings app aims to do just that. The section isn’t enabled in any publicly released builds at the moment, including Insider builds, but you can enable it if you play around in SettingsHandlers. Twitter user Albacore (@thebookisclosed) spotted the section and shared it on Twitter.
Windows 10 regularly gains new features, but not everyone is aware of the additions to the operating system. While many readers here will know about features like OneDrive Files on Demand, the Your Phone app, and the shortcut to type emojis, many people do not. This new section highlights recently added features and has guides on how to use them.
When you click on any of these this is what you see pic.twitter.com/zbEjkO7ym1
— Albacore (@thebookisclosed) April 8, 2020
The section is titled “What’s New” and appears within the Update & Security section of the Settings app on Windows 10.
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